HBO / University Bachelor’s degree part-time for (Top) athletes
The HBO / University bachelor’s part-time program ‘Business and Management’ is also offered on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and evenings. Here you follow the lectures on Tuesday in the first year and the lectures on Thursday in the second year. (Tuesday and Thursday cannot be switched during the bachelor’s programme.)
Again, in both years you will do an internship (internship) within the business community and you will complete an assignment. You can divide the 650 hours over both years.
After successful completion of the first academic year, you will receive the Higher National Certificate HNC. After the second year you will obtain the Higher National Diploma HND. The HNC program is identical for all students. With the HND program you can choose your own pathway (specialization): International Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Procurement and Supply of Law (MER).
The bachelor’s degree lasts 3 to 3.5 years. After the first two years at Kronenburgh, you can follow a top-up bachelor’s program abroad at a university. Then you can choose a university with good facilities that match your sport. It is of course also possible to complete the training part-time at Kronenburgh. Then the Top-up program is offered in collaboration with the University of Essex and Kaplan Open Learning.
With the successful completion of the Top-up program you will obtain a bachelor’s degree. The Bachelor’s program is an international program that is provided under international supervision (so it does not run through Duo/OCW). You will also obtain an International recognized certificate, diploma or degree. You are not eligible for student finance for an international part-time study programme. You can, however, request a ‘Stap Budget of €1,000 per year (only for Dutch Students). This programme is in English.
The HBO/University Bachelor part-time program is provided by the Kronenburgh International Business School. Look here at the study program of your choice and what investment it requires (tuition fees, literature, etc.).